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What is T-TEL?

Getting well-educated, motivated teachers into Ghana’s schools is critical to improving learning outcomes and the country’s growth and development.

Harnessing the energy and expertise of stakeholders across the teacher education sector, T-TEL supports innovation, inclusion, best practice and results to ensure high-quality teachers are ready to teach, inspire and educate Ghana's young people to lead the country's progress and prosperity.

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The GH₵ 4.6 million Transition Support Fund is an investment which the Ministry of Education is making, with the assistance of UK aid (through T-TEL), to upgrade the qualifications of teaching and non-teaching staff across all 46 public Colleges of Education.

I am delighted for being able to honour this invitation as the guest speaker at the 12th Congregation of Kibi Presbyterian College of Education for the conferment of Diploma on 2018 Graduands.  I wish to express my gratitude to the Principal Rev. Charles Fosu-Ayarkwah and the planning committee for this privilege.

The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) with support from UK aid through the Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) in Ghana programme invites you to submit a paper for the 2019 edition of the Learning Summit for teacher education practitioners to be held from the 26th – 27th of June, 2019.

Here are five takeaways that made us reflect on the work T-TEL is doing and think ahead about the future of education in Ghana after the 2019 International Technology, Education and Development (INTED) Conference in Valencia.

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